Western Australia's coastline is famously beautiful and dotted with extensive reefs, azure pools, historic wrecks and world-class snorkelling areas.
Rottnest Island lies off the coast of Perth and is a quick trip via ferry from the mainland. The island is surrounded by spectacular snorkelling areas and wrecks, including Parker Point, Little Salmon Bay and Kingstown Reef which is lined with underwater plaques to explore.
The Ningaloo World Heritage Area, about 1300km north of Perth is home to the award winning Turquiose Bay. This famous little section of Ningaloo Reef is abundant with marine life, and as it's namesake states lies in clear bright turquoise water.
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